Facebook Home - as an app - has been out for a few days now, and along with it, the HTC First from AT&T, HTC, and Facebook. It's the first device that's built for Facebook Home out of the box, and at $99, is a respectable little Android smartphone. But back to Facebook Home. In addition to a customized lock screen, the experience itself is relatively fluid and easy to use. Chat Heads are present, along with custom menus that display the most frequent applications. It's a unique overlay, but unlike HTC Sense or Samsung's TouchWiz, it can be turned off to expose the HTC First's stock build of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
(Apologies for the microphone issues! We're working to repair for future videos.)